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  1. replay

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    i had a file i couldn't delete so i followed a tutoral online that had me bring up a DOS box, type in some text and reboot
    so after bootup i had the choice of two admin' login a/c's...well i want to get back to ust 1 a/c (my own) but there is no delete a/c see pic
    the pic is the "other" a/c i want to get rid of
     

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    IS it the only user account on the computer, if so you can not remove it as you would have no profile to load onto. Try creating a new admin account then delete it? Poss reduce the 2nd admin to a standard user then try to delete it.
     
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    no i have a admin' user a/c the one in the pic is the new a/c
    also there is no link to "change a/c type" see pic above
     
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